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and i'll talk to you shortly. >> thank you, rob. the panelists we have represent a broad group of participants, some of them participated themselves and some of them had individuals in their organizations participate. and i want them to start with an introduction of who they are, a little bit about their own background, so you understand the lens they were looking through when they were providing some of their answers today. starting with our 3 panelists that were part of our command and control exercise then we'll hear from our 3 panelists that were in our communications drill. >> lieutenant commander mike kress, operations officer at naval beach group 1, i was a coach during the exercise. we supported the exercise with 3 subject matter experts from amphibious construction battalion 1, their expertise is in route clearance, they actually played in the exercise and i was the coach for the exercise. >> good morning, i'm colonel alley, marine operations officer for the marine expedition briged. i was responsible for the planning and (inaudible). >> good morning, my name is (in
panelists is up here, second from your left, rob dudgeon, he's with the department of emergency management and he's the director of emergency services. rob's organization has been instrumental in creating the program that we have from back in 2010 all the way through to today and i know in the future we're already talking about putting together a hot wash of everything we've learned through 2012's fleet week. so rob is going to talk about the van, turkey mission. from turkey we have rear admiral guereva he has more than 14 years sea-going experience serving across various frigates. he assumed command of the suband joint command, chilean joint chief. he has been promoted to the rank of rear admiral. nita demato, serving as a major, she actually has a dual career. as a reservist she's also a professional educator and she's currently serving as a congressional fellow in the office of bob casy of pennsylvania focusing on the appropriations in budget for veterans and rebalancing services for future engagements but really what we're going to hear from her is an amazing story about the marine
there was the topic of discussion in many of our planning meetings and i think even mr. rob dudgeon at one point mentioned that's how people know what's happening, communicating via their cell phones about what's happening. but i personally think that has a limited application, right? so when cell phone towers are not working any more and we i think had a blackout in san diego last year, last fall, cell phones weren't working. so social media i think can help and may work and you can get through populations that way, but i think it will be important to know that also has its limitations and at one point that goes. that's when you need to thank back-up communications and that's where the military can also be a force multiplier. >> from the department of emergency management perspective, we have a phenomenal social media team that gets information out over multiple channels using facebook and twitter. we also have an alert sf system that we use that disseminates information just about the helicopter landing during yesterday's exercise, so we have those tools in place and just for your point,
. >> christmas is now just four days away. rob roth is live in san francisco where he talked with two charities trying to make this holiday a little brighter for those in need. >> reporter: we're inside glide church. we think we just found santa's secret stash. there are more than 8000 toys here sorted out depending on age and boy or girl. volunteers are expecting to give out these toys beginning tomorrow morning. volunteers unloaded the toys by the truckload earlier this afternoon. they will go to needy children who otherwise night not get any presents for christmas. they have come by a massive toy drive that appears to have been very successful. >> we have more bags than we've ever had. we expect we will see a greater number of people tomorrow. >> reporter: this afternoon boys and girls sat on santa's lap and received toys courtesy of mother browns dining room. there were enough toys for 2000 children. the same number given out last year. if you're thinking these are very happy children today, you would be right. >> i got a mars robot. >> what do you think? >> i like it. >> what are you going
driver made a delivery here on howard drive in southeast when police say he was robbed at gun point. these people just had their packages dropped off. ? my doorbell rang. i answered it. i realized the fedex man had been here. >> reporter: she didn't see him, only his truck. later, the husband found the driver lying on his front steps. >> i thought maybe he had been shot or knocked out or something. >> reporter: he called out to the driver who didn't move and didn't answer. >> i said are you all right? he raised up. he said i thought i was still being robbed. >> reporter: the driver was forced to the ground at gun point while the people loaded packages into their car. for a good part of the afternoon, police searched the wooded area of fort davis park. it's unclear if it was related to the robbery a short distance away. services at a nearby chush went on as usual though for a while members were escorted to the church through the police line. back on highwood, police went through the truck for evidence. unfortunately, this can be a dangerous time of year for fedex drivers or any deliv
oh no, that's a fact dude. we didn't get robbed. (bleep)in' a. [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> gavin: hello and thanks for watching the show. as we come to the end of year we'll spend this hour looking into the next, and give a full lowdown in what to expect in technology innovation and media in 2013. this year being the year that we plant electronic chips in our heads? or is it time for that long awaited apple tv. nick bilton is here with what to expect in consumer technology. and then media visionary tim o'reilly, he looks into his crystal ball that is filled with new data and systems that will change the way we do business. then finally you heard of the $100,000 laptop. then now the $20 laptop. rob nail joins us with a tool that might revolutionize education the way we know it. first we go with nick bilton with what to expect in 2013. thanks for coming back on the show. >> thank you so much. >> gavin: here we are 2013. >> 2013 all right? >> gavin: life moves on and nothing we can do about it unless technology figures that out. what are the biggest trends that are going to define this rem
a gun from the backyard of a nearby home. as kron four's rob fladeboe reports now, the suspects were then trailed by police to another nearby residence where a brief standoff >> one of at least two armed robbery suspects could be seen being taken into custody by police early friday near the intersection of mt. pleasant and clayton roads in east san jose. they are thought to be the same men who were spotted earlier by a resident of nearby monrovia avenue. for about two hours, robert saunders elementary school here on rocky mountain way was locked down as precaution. a few blocks away, in what police call a 'surround and call-out' operation' at least 21 officers and a couple canine units surrounded a home on clayton road where the suspects and several other people were thought to be holed up inside and quite possibly armed with a gun thought to have been used in a robbery on thursday. >> it may have been a fire arm that was from yesterday's event. but they went to the backyard to retrieve it. it did not belong to a residence but this is speculation. they are probably going to go back
distinguished members of the giants ownership group, charles johnson, david jenkins, trina and rob veen, tory and steven humphrey and allen baer. and we also joined by past giants owners. please welcome the family jamie and kim rupert and peter stoneum. also here with us today bob and connie laurie. peter and debbie mc clawlin. bill and sally newco. and now let's give it up for your giants training staff. david, mark and carl, and harold. [cheers and applause] [inaudible] your assistant coaches. shawn dun can, dave stone and the there will will clark. [cheers and applause] . and the manager for the past 54 years the legendary one, mike murphy. [cheers and applause] and we would also like to extend a warm welcome to all of the giants alumni that we have here today including former giants manager feleap laua and five of our hall of famers. gay lord perry, orlando si pirra, jaun, lily misconnie, and willy mays. [cheers and applause] we also want to acknowledge congresswoman nancy pelosi along with her husband. thank you so much for being here. we know how busy you with the election jus
a responsibility to make sure that you can govern. and what they did was they robbed the republicans, that 40 to 50. they robbed the republicans of that sense of leadership, of govern ability and robbed them, i think, and reduced the brand of the republican party even more. >> is it a fundamental disagreement over what governing is? >> yeah, i think that that is part of it. i think what they con answer is how are they going to get a better result. >> that's right. >> when you go over the cliff. or later on in these negotiations. because they're not. this actually undermines their negotiating power and position which because it is a foolish position to be in. but it does, it raises some really big issues. i mean one of them here is that we now have a president and a speaker who both wanted a deal, okay. by every account they wanted a deal. they tried it twice. and they couldn't make it happen. now i don't think they can make it happen. it's a serious kind of governing challenge right now. if you look we've got a short term political crisis am we have a long-term fiscal crisis. and we're providing no
robbed the bonfair market an 10th street around 1 a.m. the driver slammed into a retaining wall. one man was arrested at the scene, a second got away. >>> a sinkhole in lafayette is open to reopen mountain view drive. the 80 by 40-foot hole opened up during heavy rain this month. the work is ahead of schedule and far enough along to open the road for christmas. more work will be done after the new year. >> because we didn't get this done, i will see you next week. >> washington leaders leave hort holidays and leave a "fiscal cliff" compromise on -- leave for the holidays and leave a "fiscal cliff" compromise on hold. what's left to find common ground with only days to make a deal. >> a milestone for california's jobless. the new number and where unemployment is still double the national average. >> an annual pampering for the mom. ,,,,,,,, president and congress are headed home for vacation. t president did offer a finala for a resolution... cbs repr >>> 10 days until the country falls off the "fiscal cliff." washington is going home for christmas. tara mergener on the president's partin
victims and robbed them right on the street and they fled the area and there is a pending investigation. december second, at 9:30, the victim had her cell phone stolen. and december second at 2:00 a.m., the victim had her cell phone stolen from the roof at the ruby sky. and december third at 2:00 a.m.. three suspects were arrested at the cellar for being drunking and resisting arrest. after being object jected by security they gestured that they had weapons and a fight ensued in front and on the street. the police were called and the subjects were taken into custody and booked at county jail. november 18th at 1:30 a.m. the victim had the iphone stolen from fiddler's green on columbus and the last one to note is on november 23rd at 10:30, a victim had her purchase stolen located at the condor on broad way. any questions or comments? >> thank you. >> is there any public comment on the police report? seeing none, we move to number 6, which is new business requests and future agenda items. >> i am going to skip number five, is there any commission comments or questions? >> just a minute. i
. they not only rob my coaches, but they take them away and destroy them. -well, last week, they made off with a load of my merchandise. i can't depend on shipments anymore. -gentlemen, in sorrento city last week, i learned on good authority that the railroad will soon be extending to gunsight and connect up with the stage coach line. -well, that means this whole community is destined for a big boom. obviously, somebody has been tipped off that the transportation business is going to prosper. so they've been trying to put mr. conway out of business for their own purposes. -maybe that's it. well, i can't hold out much longer. they're stealing my horses and destroying my stages quicker than i can replace them. well, apparently these fellows operate from a secret hide-out. they get tips on the stage schedules, move in, do the job, and disappear. i'd give six months pay to find out where they go. well, sheriff, tonto and i will do all we can. suppose you tell me where you've been searching so we won't lose any time or effort. i can show you on the map. -i can't thank you enough for coming her
stories about mothers who have lost their children to violence. rob roth shows us how for them life does go. amid the difficult days there sometimes comes a day like today. >> reporter: this was the day to be pampered and perhaps set aside anguish if only for a few hours. >> it's like a vacation. >> reporter: valiry is part of a club no one wants to be in. each has lost a child to homicide. this mother has buried four of her children. all died violently. >> there are times i cried my eyes almost out. >> reporter: today she could relax a little. she along with the other mothers here are members of the healing circle. >> that makes me feel good. i have not had my nails done in years. >> you need soothing for all this negative and stress that's going on. >> reporter: we thought this was a wonderful way to take a moment away from some grieving moms. to really enjoy something and personalize and help get a healing process going. >> reporter: these mothers say what happened in connecticut a week ago has hit them especially hard. they know the painful road those families are now on. >> take it
. >> reporter: the shooter, buford furrow, had robbed them of their security. >> when you were dropped off at school, you wondered, am i safe? >> yes. >> for how long? >> probably through middle school. >> if we heard helicopters, sirens, loud noises, anything that would startle me, the house was on lockdown. >> so you would lock doors? >> every door and window. >> why would you lock every door and window? >> that was the closest thing i could feel safe. >> reporter: now 19, these two young men are among people who have experienced what the connecticut children have experienced. >> the pictures of the kids being taken out and all standing in this line, i could accidentally mistake the pictures from when i got shot. >> reporter: they worry for the newtown children. >> i think they are going to feel, you know, afraid of the dark, afraid of loud noises. >> reporter: what advice would you give to these parents in connecticut? >> listen to your kids. you know? they're a lot smarter than we take them for. and so you really have to just listen to them and be understanding to them and know that th
of the united states, and i'm still cooking. [laughter] >> steve ford, linda johnson rob and jenna and barbara bush on growing up in the white house sunday evening at 7:30 eastern and pacific. it's part of four days of american history right through christmas day on c-span3. >> i think that the idea, and it was promoted in certain articles, and i think there was a conflation of politics because joel, who created the show, is a, is a, you know, a public conservative. i mean, the spectrum of political affiliations on the staff were, you know, from the far left to the far right. but it was no agenda, the idea that there was an agenda which was really the charge that was being forwarded, that we were somehow the midwife to policy on coercive interrogation was absurd, it is absurd. which isn't to say that if there wasn't an issue, if, in fact, our content was affecting the behavior of interrogators in the field, even if it was, you know, .05% of those interrogators actually were taking their cues from jack bauer, there was a systemic problem for sure that i suggested that we, you know, try to inter
is in port. >> that is rob cranka. >> i got crabs i'm holding here for people that made arrangements that wanted them for christmas eve. i'll have them for them. >>h÷çñ the we could have made a couple thousand dollars but sit what it s you take a break now or take it next week. >> sandbags are available for residents living in flood prone neighborhoods. quiet today, but expected to pick up tomorrow after next round of rain. crews anticipating the6$.worm and they removed tree branches. >> a lot of outages we can see are caused by healthy cruise coming down into power lines that can take multiple spans of poles down as well. >> for now, rain stopped. stars are out. however, that is probably going to change in the next few hoursrfkw and into weekend. the national weather service advising foam stay off of jetties because it's very, very dangerous. >> there is a holiday tragedy in the sierra. a skier died in squaw valley he hit a tree on what is called k 22. he was wearing a helmet but they're not identifying him yet. officials released a statement reading in part we've sent our simp
with that. thank you to the military and thank you to lewis. (applause). >> thank you, rob. next up will be nita demato, she has a fascinating story. >> before i begin, i'm very happy i don't have to talk to you about my current position, which is with the 112th congress of the united states. i'm very pleased to talk to you about my year in afghanistan. i'd like to thank the san francisco fleet week association, lewis loeven, specifically, major general myat, always a mentor, former secretary of state schultz and mrs. schultz, mrs. perry, honored to be in your presence. the uss makin island, chief of the fairest city in the world, san francisco, and he esteemed professionals. this is nice, i'm going to move south of here and take you to afghanistan. as you know we have marines, soldiers, sailors in afghanistan currently, but i'm going to bring you to when i was there during 2010 and 2011 after the president decided to surge the forces. first marine decision, first marine expeditionary force forward entered southwest afghanistan during 2009. we arrived in 2010 so it was a bit more
's available. >> any final questions? i'd like to thank our panelists very much. as rob mentioned earlier, the exercise series we have put on and started 3 years ago has really become, for the department of emergency management and we hope for the military, this foundational piece of the fleet week humanitarian exchange. it's been a wonderful way for us to work together on some of these common issues and figure out how our agencies are all going to integrate. i think the time and effort that has been expended by both the military planners and also the civilian planners is definitely going to be bearing fruit in years to come when something happens. i know we are quite a bit ahead of time, you are going to have a 20-minute break from now and then our next speaker will come up at at point. thank you again. he heads the baur row of medicine for the navy. i lacked at his bay oh in the program, educated in georgia and he's had a great career in the navy commanding several hospitals, winning several awards and his most recent command was as the commander of walter reed, and i was so glad th
to come up and speak will be rob dudgeon, the director of the emergency services division. >> good morning again. i'm going to talk about a story of people. it's not really going to be a story of geology and the earth moving and statistics. it's going to be about the people and it's going to be about the lessons that we've learned and what we took away from that. i wish i could say that the small graup of us went to van, turkey, and did something heroic and changed their lives. i really can't say that. but i can say they changed ours. the lessons we brought back from there will benefit our greater community more than i ever thought would be the case when we detarted. to go back and start a little bit at the beginning of how this even came to pass because it's typically not a mission of a city to go to an international destination. we've got a state department, we've got the military, we've got a lot of organizations at the federal level that do this all the time. so it seems a little bit of a one-off for a city to be involved. but when i say it's a story of people and a story of com
i'm going to turn the panel over to rob dudun to introduce our panel members. >> good morning, i feel a little bit like the opening act at a show here. so we're going to see where this goes. i have a really, really good panel for this one. because i get to talk about what we've done. and i get to have these guys up here, i'm going to hand off to my no. 2, vijon karemi, and we're going to have a discussion. my job is to tell you how we got here. that's what i'm going to try to do. some of you know the history, some of you are new to the process, but that started about the idea that general myat and the mayor talked about. let's make this more than an air show. in 2010 we did this senior leader seminar and the first thing we did was let's talk about how we relate formally. that was, i like to call that the wire diagram year because we all sat up here and we had local, state, federal and military and we walked through how each of us relates, what are the limitations, what are the laws, what are the rules of engagement, how do we actually work together? and that sets the stage
robbed? it has happened before. this couple on fox's "million dollar money drop" guessed post-it notes came before the walkman. wrong. they lost $800,000. "right," screamed the internet hordes. and fox admitted a research error and offered them another shot. season one of abc's "who wants to be a millionaire," this guy guessed huron is the second biggest great lake. computer said he was wrong. >> david, i'm sorry. it was lake michigan. >> reporter: it turned out, he was right. he came back for a do-over and went home with $125,000. game show gaffes are very, very rare. after the scandals of the 1950s when shows like "twenty one" were fixed to keep telegenic contestants in the mix, congress made it illegal to rig a game show. behind the bonhomie, it's a tightly controlled medium. pat sajak chief of the persnickety pronunciation police just confirmed. >> renee knew it would happen. and it was kind of easy to do because you did it in the vernacular and said, "seven swans a swimmin.'" >> reporter: you're harsh, pat, you're harsh but fair. nick watt, abc news, los angeles. >> we'll hear wha
rushed the store. taking tv's, wood food and more and then robbing cars in the parking lot. riot police set up barricades and fired tear gas at the looters. australia. a child care center on the north coast shut down after officials found two dozen snakes in the building. state media report the centers director alerted officials after discovering a baby python in a classroom. crews ripped apart a wall and found 23 baby snakes. and an 8-foot long mom. china. a set of four rare stamps fetching more than 800,000 bucks at an auction in hong kong. issued in 1968 they incorrectly show a communist china that excludes taiwan. they were almost immediately withdrawn which is why experts say the surviving set is so valuable now and that's a wrap on this fox trip around the world in 80 seconds. well, come on out, it's probably safe to get out of your bunker now. the world has not. what do all those dooms day sayers have to say now? that's coming up. share "not even close." share "you owe me..." share "just right." the share everything plan. shareable data across 10 devices with unlimited talk and t
. in the murder of mexicans upon their own sorrow or robbing them of their country, i can take apart either now or hereafter. and he was rather strong in his opinions, but that was the kind of critique the ec certainly by march of 1847 when the united states bombarded the town of veracruz bidding to the deaths of a lot of civilians. and anti american critique. the second grounds were slavery and giddings was an abolitionist , but it was not just abolitionists are people in new england in tucson issues of slavery be really important. it would make slavery sprayed and make the slave power stronger again, it was not just people in newfoundland. consider for a moment this very popular print. maybe some of you have seen this. it's kind of a neat image of the power of newspapers. this was called the news from mexico. sort of a well-known and respected artist at the time. first it looks like an image of people being enthusiastic about the war. had just gone news in the newspapers. in fact with a u.s.-mexico war was the first war were journalists traveled and were embedded with troops. this is the firs
to rob a suburban convenience store with a loaded gun. >> that is the challenge we have, the challenge anybody has coming here, taking a call in and trying to sort of threw what is important. >> that was a strange thing. you mentioned the evangelist murders and that was tied to a person. at one point i was doing research into a deflationary history and came across a sensational crime that happened in the 20s. it caught my attention because it involved battalions and my parents were here, both italian immigrants and at that time this neighborhood, actually very close to what the east side, was very italian and this guy called themselves benny evangelist and he was a cult leader. sort of there was some catholic stuff in his called but he basically made up his own religion and this really weird book called something like the secret history of the universe as revealed through occult science in detroit, michigan. i almost used that for my title. he ended up he and his entire family were brutally gruesomely murdered. they were be headed, his children were killed as well, and it was a big sen
. like anyone would be. >>reporter: dixon is charged in connection with the murder of 66-year-old rob cool last movement her mother says she's a single mother college student and the arrest is out of the blue. >> scenic chunk of farm land on the san mateo county coast declared off limits to developers forever. planes open space trust has agreed to pay nearly 10 million dollars for 900 acres of land known as the farms near pest ka dare o. property has belonged to the diaz family since the 1800. according to the trust the acquisition will preserve the rural character of the area there and prevent developers from subdividing the land and building luxury homes on it. >>> well the oakland zoo got an early christmas gift doesn't know who to thank for it. officials opened a leather week from the san francisco foundation and inside found a check for 1 million dollars. the zoo tried to find out who gave that generous gift but the foundation said that the donor wished to remain anonymous. money certainly will go a long way in helping the zoo day-to-day operation. it used to get 1.2 million do
an overnight chase that ended in a fiery crash. officers were trying to stop two people who allegedly robbed the bonfair market on 10th street around 1 a.m. the driver hit a wall on highway 4. one man was arrested at the scene, a second got away. >>> a 23-year-old woman is facing charges tonight for allegedly running down four pedestrians near twin peaks in san francisco, killed one of them. the group was walking on christmas tree point road last night when they were hit knocking them down th hillside. the driver was arrested nearby along with two male companions >>> chevron plans to move 200 employees to houston's worldwide division. they say it's technical positions. the company will keep san ramon as its corporate headquarters. >>> well, in this economy, always a good sign, isn't it, when business is booming? well, an explosion of eateries in one san francisco neighborhood isn't sitting well with everyone. cbs 5 reporter mike sugerman on why some neighboring merchants say they are fed up. >> reporter: guy walks into a bar. which on valencia street -- one, two... three... >> reporter: doe
been met with a warm reception by senator rob portman, senator bob corker. republicans are saying he's probably going to easily win confirmation because he's probably one of the club. >> let's talk about another member of the club. susan, a much tougher fight would be if he chooses to nominate chuck hagel for defense. the coming attacks on chuck hagel will make the susan rice episode seem kwant. those attacks have already begun. send us hagel and we will make sure that every american knows that he's an anti-semite. he was asked about the influence of apec, a pro-israel lobby. the jewish lobby intimidates a lot of people up here. i'm a united states senator. i'm not an israeli senator. >> well, i'd certainly think he's going to be put through the ringer more than senator kerry who will be very, very easily confirmed. but hagel has a lot of friends in the senate. not as many as he used to because there's been some turnovers. some of the newer senators don't have the respect and consideration they might have for a former colleague. but he's got excellent credentials. he's got two purple
. >> thanks for robbing off on me. >> reporter: 30 and in love, tony lusardi, and lauren russeau. do you remember the moment you knew you were in love with her? >> yes, the first date i had with her, i knew. >> reporter: at a wine bar where they shared their first kiss, lauren called him lovie, he called her "busy bee." one of those people that didn't have a mean bone in her body. >> she didn't want to honk her horn in traffic, she thought it would be mean. >> reporter: lauren liked to send cards like this. >> she said it made her laugh. >> reporter: these silly photos taken at a friend's wedding, exactly two months before lauren died. >> this is the second try, making funny faces. there was like a first one. she was like, i don't have a funny face. >> reporter: they just celebrated one year of dating in november. >> i'm really glad that i had a relationship that was really good for a year. >> reporter: exactly the same month she became a permanent substitute teacher at sandy hook elementary school. >> she was thrilled and loved to tell me what she was doing that week. she would send a t
. that -- that would rob me of my freedom. >> are you hopeful? do you feel that this is different this time around that something will get done? >> absolutely. i am -- i am 100% positive that we will get this change in place. >> kim russell, thank you for your time from the brooklyn chapter of one million moms. appreciate it so much. for gun control. >> thanks for having me. >>> 51% of those in congress have gotten funding from the nra at some point in the in their career. can we see a change in gun culture? nnouncer ] stop searching and start repairing. eucerin professional repair moisturizes while actually repairing very dry skin. the end of trial and error has arrived. try a free sample at eucerinus.com. [ male announcer ] the rhythm of life. [ whistle blowing ] where do you hear that beat? campbell's healthy request soup lets you hear it... in your heart. [ basketball bouncing ] heart healthy. great taste. mmm... [ male announcer ] sounds good. it's amazing what soup can do. at the doctor's office when they weigh you, and they have to move it over? my doctor does not have to do that anymore. [
freeway to catch robbers. know thousand they were there because the credit union they robbed put a tracking device with the stolen cash. they went car to car until they found the device and arrested the suspects. >> three people are now charged with murder in connection with a deadly explosion at an indianapolis home last month. authorities say a man and woman who lived in the home along with another family member did it to collect insurance money. investigators say evidence prove that someone damaged the gas line which then sparked the explosion. >> we as a public safety community can do and must do is devote our best effort arrests to see that justice is done on behalf of such innocent victims. >> authorities say they also found evidence that photographs and financial records were moved from the home before the explosion. the blast destroyed five homes and damaged 90 more. two people died. >> a judge gave film approval to bp's settlement to people and businesses that lost money because of the massive oil spill. they have estimated it'll pay $7.8 billion to cover economic an
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